Simplicity can be the key to success. Going on a nice walk is underestimated, especially for those who struggle with knee, back or back problems. Walking improves overall fitness, heart health, posture and reduces the risk of cancer. It can also improve mental health by improving mood, reducing depression and increasing creativity by opening up the flow of ideas. Small things make a big difference – for many years I‘ve had a habit of parking far away from the grocery store, which forces me to walk more. I especially recommend going on walks out in nature and using them as meditation (without looking at your phone while walking!). However, walking can be downright dangerous in winter when it‘s slippery outside as it is often in Iceland. If you‘re determined you can use traction cleats, but you can also try an inside sport instead such as dancing or yoga.